FIVE CM Do Tie-Dye, Bandanas, and Lots of Denim

2021-12-23 08:02:47 By : Ms. Nic Lee

A lot has changed since the brand FIVE CM first burst onto the scene in 1998. Recently, the line has undergone a complete revamp and now draws inspiration from music, art, and graffiti cultures with a look that centers a tough and irreverent androgynous image. Denim patchworks, oversized silhouettes, and metallic accessories are the name of the game.

The Spring Summer 2021 collection is no exception. The most recent drop culls inspiration from the ever-relevant Los Angeles vibe. This time around, expect skeleton and rose graphics, bandana print, tie-dye, and denim patchwork as some of the clothes’ main motifs. Though it takes notes from the past, the collection feels as relevant as ever. It’s all about easy-going clothes for an easy-going summer.

Standouts are a range of shirts in varying patterns and creative reimaginings of denim that include cargo shorts and a pair of denim overalls. But perhaps what’s most exciting about the newest collection is its genderless approach. All the clothes are designed with the brand’s four guiding principles in mind: freedom, individualism, vocal, and eccentric.

The drop is available at FIVE CM shops, I.T corners, and FARFETCH. Or shop the collection online.

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